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hinterland

1. land lying behind something, esp a coast or the shore of a river
2. remote or undeveloped areas of a country

hinterland

[′hin·tər‚land]
(geology)
The region behind the coastal district.
The terrain on the back of a folded mountain chain.
The moving block which forces geosynclinal sediments toward the foreland.
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Lt Gen Singh said the situation in the hinterland is also under control.
Madriaga clarified that the Army is not branding them as leftists but some of them speak against the military or the police when they go to hinterland communities, which is why they are sometimes suspected as such.
Alejandre said the local government supports the development of tourism activities in the hinterlands but they have also to follow the law of the city.
According to him, improving hinterland connection is not merely a matter of 'hardware'.
Back in 2014, Kaare Schmidt, acquisitions executive at Danish TV network DR, said Hinterland could open the door for more Welsh dramas in the international market.
After the dramatic climax of the last series, Series 3 of Hinterland finds DCI Tom Mathias seeking to heal the physical, as well as the psychological, scars.
Hans Rosenfeldt writes The Bridge, the hit BBC4 detective series, in Danish and Swedish, while Ed Thomas has set Hinterland in Aberystwyth, where DCI Tom Mathias solves murders in English and Welsh.
Since, it is a non-profitable organisation and receives no recurrent funding from the governments, O2E have launched a new project called the "Gold Coast Hinterland Wildlife" Volunteer Program.
The moody vistas are as bleak as they are beautiful - are you surprised Hinterland's location has become a character in itself?
WIN We have 10 copies of Hinterland Season 2 to give away.
The exhibition was organized under the international art programme Hinterland - originally based in Austria-, which has set up its temporary home in Pakistan.
Shi Qing's "Hinterland Project" was not a solo exhibition in the strictest sense: Some twenty participants were involved in the undertaking (2015-), which assumed a shape akin to activism or fieldwork.